Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Bryant Washburn and Vola Vale played two kinds of gold diggers in this long-lost silent melodrama produced independently and directed by John Gorman. One is a prospector, the other a Broadway chorus girl, who only digs for gold when she is out of a job. They fall in love, of course, but there are the usual complications. In the end, however, Vale manages to convince Washburn that his dim view of show business is not entirely deserved. Future gossip columnist Hedda Hopper appeared in a supporting role as Washburn's snobbish fiancé.